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52-Piece Melissa & Doug Deluxe Kitchen: Cooking & Play Food Set EXPIRED

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Walmart has 52-Piece Melissa & Doug Deluxe Kitchen Collection Cooking & Play Food Set on sale for $25.95. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free 15 day trial) or on orders of $35+.

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Includes:
  • 29 double-sided cardboard play food pieces
  • Disappearing liquid olive oil bottle
  • 2x wooden salt and pepper shakers
  • Pot and skillet with lid
  • Colander
  • Serving spoon, spatula
  • Plate, bowl, fork, knife, spoon, mug
  • Realistic play food packages and cans
  • Shopping/storage tote
  • Sink and burner play mat
  • 2x reusable activity cards

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Melissa & Doug Deluxe Kitchen Collection Cooking & Play Food Set- $25.85 >Now $25.95
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Meliss.../568571317

I don't know why, but the first product photo doesn't show everything it comes with (even though it's all laid out like it does), because the photo is missing the pot, skillet, colander and lid and more.

$65 list price-
https://www.melissaanddoug.com/de...31660.html

58-piece all-inclusive play food and kitchen accessories collection with durable cookware, serving utensils, place setting, tote, and activity cards
Includes 29 double-sided cardboard play food pieces (raw and cooked or different food options), disappearing liquid olive oil bottle, 2 wooden salt and pepper shakers
Durable cookware includes pot and skillet with lid, colander, serving spoon, spatula; food-safe place setting includes plate, bowl, fork, knife, spoon, mug
Round out the play experience with realistic play food packages and cans, shopping/storage tote, sink and burner play mat, 2 reusable activity cards
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Is it just me or does this look like a bunch of cardboard? Doesn't look like their usual high quality wood food play sets.
Much of this set is just boxes of processed foods, not actual ingredients.
You could use empty cardboard boxes from your own pantry instead of these tbh.

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Much of this set is just boxes of processed foods, not actual ingredients.
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Is it just me or does this look like a bunch of cardboard? Doesn't look like their usual high quality wood food play sets.
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It is cheaply made and comparable to the cardboard sets you find at Walmart.
If you want play food, I highly recommend the M&D fruit cutting set and ice cream play set. Both are wooden and last for years.
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You could use empty cardboard boxes from your own pantry instead of these tbh.
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I don't know the normal price of this other set, but imo it is definitely worth $15. I like the wood sets too but this is a really high quality rubbery plastic set.
https://www.amazon.com/Learning-R...B00B2B051A
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Quote from rlochner :
I don't know the normal price of this other set, but imo it is definitely worth $15. I like the wood sets too but this is a really high quality rubbery plastic set.
https://www.amazon.com/Learning-R...B00B2B051A
Got this for my kiddo's kitchen. Thanks!
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Nice deal! Thanks OP
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As a parent of two toddlers, less is more. This will end up strewn all over the floor, cardboard pieces smashed and in the garbage within a month. If you're thinking of gifting, consider something simple without so many pieces that will have to be picked up.
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Why not just let your kid play with a real colander?
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😆😆😆 from a mom… don't get this as a gift got children. This will all be in the garbage so fast.
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